Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Tarek El Molla, accompanied by Mohamed Al-Sharif, Governor of Alexandria, inaugurated the Cargas El Agami station in the garage of the Alexandria Passenger Transport Authority (APTA) to meet the needs of the public who own cars operating with natural gas. This is within the framework of the existing partnership with the APTA in Alexandria Governorate.
Following the opening, El Molla stated that the petroleum sector is continuing to increase outlets for fueling cars with natural gas nationwide to make it easier for citizens to rely on clean natural gas fuel.
El Molla explained that Alexandria Governorate is one of the most well-established petroleum regions, unique for the wide variety of petroleum activities on its lands.
The minister stated that the petroleum sector does not hesitate to provide services to the people of the governorate, meet their needs for fuel and natural gas, and work to establish new gas supply stations, develop existing gas stations and offer gas supply services to them to become integrated fuel stations.
For his part, Al-Sharif said that the petroleum sector is one of the leading sectors that has great contributions to the development of Alexandria Governorate.
Al-Sharif noted that the opening of the Cargas filling station today adds to its valuable contributions that meet the needs of the people of the governorate, pointing out that the spread of such stations achieves economic feasibility for the citizen in addition to their effective role in preserving the environment.
El Molla and Al-Sharif inspected the public transportation bus fueling station of the General Authority for Passenger Transport, which has a capacity of 20,000 cubic meters of gas per day to supply 70 buses per day.